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Correspondence with and clippings about Dr. Thomas (Tom) Dooley, MEDICO, and his work in Southeast Asia, mainly late 1950s through early 1960s, and some through the early 1990s. Also related photographs, printed material, and two earrings.
Chiefly correspondence, but also clippings, notes, sermons, circulars, and photographs. Correspondents include James McMaster and Bishops Francis Chatard, Celestine de la Hailandière, Maurice de Saint-Palais, Napoléon Joseph Perché, and James Wood.
Alphabetical files, professional files, personal files, and Notre Dame files, including drafts of poems, correspondence, teaching material, memorabilia, certificates, diplomas and clippings documenting his career as a poet and as a professor.
The ESPN Promotional Posters Collection contains six promotional posters printed in about 1982 for the television network ESPN. Each full-color poster depicts a different sport televised by ESPN. The bottom of each poster features the tagline “The Total Sports Network” and the logo for ESPN.
A scrapbook kept by the donor's mother while in Massachusetts before and after her marriage to Naval Officer and Doctor Peter Larkin, bulk 1948-1949. Includes letters and cards, photographs, magazine articles, and other printed ephemera. Several of the letters were from James McDonald and relate to Notre Dame; and three football-themed window decals printed by the Angelus Pacific Company showing a Fighting Irishman dominating an Army Mule, a Navy Goat, and a USC Trojan Helmet.
Correspondence and other personal papers of the Kormendis; clippings, newsletters, programs, brochures, having to do with art by Kormendi and his wife. Also photographic prints and some negatives, mostly of artwork by Kormendi and his wife, and one reel-to-reel audio tape of the family.
Tape recordings of radio interviews conducted by Rev. Eugene C. Best with bishops and others involved in the Second Vatican Council.
Papers and research material consisting of books, academic notes, art, pictures and portraits, having to do with Catholicism and world religions, especially Hindus and India.
A lab notebook (1950-1953); a reprint of his "On the Hydrodynamical Theory of the Viscosity of Suspensions" from the Fith Intenational Congress of Applied Mechanics, 1938; and measuring tools used in conducting polymer physics experiments at Notre Dame, including calipers, tachometers, dial test indicators, a torque wrench, and miscellaneous accessories (1940s-1950s).
Chiefly course material for the music classes he taught, especially Introduction to Music and Introduction to the Classic Symphony: notes and notebooks, music manuscripts, essays, and letters from his career as a professor of music at Notre Dame. Also a notebook from a Literature Course taught by Frank O'Malley at Notre Dame, 1955-1956, and a spirit-duplicator booklet by Daniel H. Pedtke, "Keyboard Theory: Modulation - Transposition - Harmonization".
Transcripts of the "Jus" letters, 1868-1869; of correspondence between O'Callaghan and Richard Gilmour, Bishop of Cleveland, 1884; and of the letter in which O'Callaghan acknowledges that he wrote the "Jus" letters, 1896; copies of his citizenship papers, record of death, will, obituaries, and a photograph of his portrait; and parish history material from St. Colman's Parish, where he served as pastor.
Papers representing Prof. Ulrich's work in editing the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Portraits of Jeb Stuart, Giuseppe Garibaldi, Emperor Maximilian of Mexico and his consort Carlota, and General Don Manuel de Mier y Teran.
A letter from Theodore Roosevelt to F. Henry Wurzer, Secretary of the American Republican College League, 2 December 1898; Wurzer's grades at Notre Dame for September and October of 1897; the constitution of the Alumni Association, University of Notre Dame; letters received by F. Henry Wurzer having to do with the Alumni Association, Notre Dame fund raising, and football tickets; and clippings dating from 1923 and 1932.
Correspondence, 1933-1971; union files, 1933-1972; subject files, 1937-1969; and personal files, 1940-1974; documenting McCartney's involvement in the AFL-CIO, including his work with George Meany.
Reports and material distributed at meetings concerning civil rights, age discrimination, equal opportunity, sterilization, and related issues.
A manuscript songbook containing 44 songs in fa-so-la notation. Possibly of Pennsylvania origin, it appears to date from the mid to late 1790s. Most of the lyrics are from the poetry of Isaac Watts.
Correspondence with James Cardinal Gibbons, bishops John Ireland, John J. Keane, Denis O'Connell, and John Lancaster Spalding, and others, much of it concerning Americanism; also notes, clippings, pamphlets, drafts, and photographs.
Correspondence concerning the foundation of the Fathers of Mercy in the United States. Includes 34 transcribed and xeroxed letters written between Bach and Fathers Jean Baptiste Rauzan, SPM, and Jacques Le Vassuer, SPM, both of whom were at the Fathers of Mercy House in Paris. Also includes a xerox of a 1932 letter to Thomas McAvoy, CSC, concerning Bach.
A copy of everything published by Fides; also a few related documents and photographs.
Photocopies of records of the First Methodist Church, South Bend, Indiana, 1835-1861; including photocopies of the Constitution and Sunday School minutes, 1835-1861; roll of members and minutes of business meetings, 1836- 1849; and a copy of Fourteen Decades: A Brief History of the First United Methodist Church, South Bend, Indiana, 1971.
Correspondence and clippings and photos regarding John M. Ryan, CSC; rosaries, medals, scapulars; notebook of clipped and typed prayers kept originally by Ryan; prayerbook and miscellaneous prayercards, clippings, notes.